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  1. Welcome to ADJ 10 Lindsey J. Bertomen

  2. introductions • Lbertome@jafar.hartnell.edu • C222b • MWF 1000-1100 • TTH (online) 09001000 • 831-755-6742

  3. Course description • Discussion of the theories of juvenile delinquency and juvenile justice. Intro to the functions organization jurisdiction of juvenile agencies

  4. Course objectives • Distinguish between various theories of juvenile delinquency • diagram the historical growth of juvenile justice in America • identify the various causes of juvenile delinquency • ascertain what constitutes a juvenile gang and identify responses to gang behavior

  5. Course objectives • Ascertain the relationship between different forms of child abuse and juvenile delinquency • diagram and list the American juvenile justice agencies and identify their structure functions organization and jurisdiction • diagram and list of participants in the juvenile court system

  6. Course objectives • identify the roles played by the participants in the juvenile court system • identify the different procedural steps in the processing and attention of juveniles • compare and contrast juvenile probation and juvenile parole • distinguish between the remedies of education incarceration and rehabilitation for the problem of juvenile delinquency

  7. Work schedule • Mondays and Wednesdays: lectures and student presentations • Fridays: student workgroups, short lectures and quizzes • all assignments must be turned in by 1200 hrs the day they are due. • Rough drafts may be turned in any time prior to due date

  8. What to expect from me • regular quizzes • accessibility • fair grading • no surprises • candor • extra credit when needed

  9. What I expect from you • No surprises • hard work ,hard work, hard work • compliance with attendance and academic policies • group effort • participation

  10. presentations • 15 minutes to 1/2 hour • tell them what you’re going to tell them • tell them • tell them what you just told them • five quiz questions

  11. Presentation topics • The arrest/booking procedure in juvenile hall • juvenile diversion • house arrest and electronic monitoring • Head Start • in re Gault • Fare v Michael C. • Why Colombine Happened • Why Jonesboro, ARK happened

  12. grading • I will not correct your English or spelling • you will correct your English and spelling • content is important • volume is less important

  13. grading • Presentations and assignments 400 points • quizzes: 400 points • midterm and final: 200 points • total: 1000 points

  14. grading • A 900+ • B 800+ • C 700+ • D 600+ • F below 600 • no one can pass this course without completing all of the portions of the course

  15. plagiarism • Plagiarism or any other cheating will be addressed according to Hartnell college policy

  16. introductions • Your name • why you are taking this class • what you expect to get out of this class • groups of three to four students